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VP U Myint Swe attends reception to mark 68th Founding Anniversary of PRC

Vice President U Myint Swe attended a grand reception to mark the 68th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. The ceremony opened with...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Judicial Review in Federal System held in Nay Pyi Taw

The Constitutional Tribunal of the Union and International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) conducted “Interpretation of a Constitution and Statutes: Judicial R...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

K 20000 Each and Family Utensils Given to Home-Returners

Due to the ARSA extremist terrorists’ attacks in Maungtaw region, Rakhine State later in August, many people were displaced to the conventional rescue camps in Sittway for taking shel...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Aid from Indonesia distributed in Yathedaung Township

Foods and aid donated by Indonesia delivered to people in Zaytipyin, Thayagone and Anautpyin villages in Yathedaung Township yesterday. Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and R...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

It’s the many impacts of business on the environment which are of most concern: Mrs. Vicky Bowman

Following is the exclusive interview with Mrs. Vicky Bowman, Director of the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business. Q. What does ‘responsible business’ mean? Why is it important? A....


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Tomato sells well at markets

TOMATO fruits produced in villages in Salingyi Township, Yinmabin District, Sagaing Region, have been sold well in domestic markets, local growers say. “Small-scale growers reaped a h...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Price of rice increases in domestic market because of low stock

The price of low-quality rice has increased because of low stock in the local market, while that of the good-quality rice has also risen, according to traders from the Bayintnaung and...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Hindu Refugee Shares Eyewitness Account of Maungdaw Violence

A 25-year-old woman from northern Rakhine State tells The Irrawaddy of killings, abduction and her escape from ARSA militants.

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A Cat’s World

Yangon’s first cat café offers residents the chance to cozy up to some furry friends while enjoying a cup of coffee.

The post From The Irrawaddy

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